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Tim Allen is talking Home Improvement!
The 70-year-old star recently opened up about a potential reboot of the ’90s sitcom, and what it might look like, during an interview with The Messenger.
“I see Richard Karn a lot,” he said, referring to his co-star who played Al Borland.
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“And I talk to the boys [Zachery Ty Bryan (Brad); Jonathan Taylor Thomas (Randy); and Taran Noah Smith (Mark)] …and I’m there as one of their friends. We keep talking about [a spinoff].”
Tim played Tim Taylor on the ABC show from 1991 to 1999, with Patricia Richardson co-starring as his wife, Jill Taylor.
“It’s funny, one of the conversations we’ve had recently is how weird it would be if Home Improvement would be about the kids’ kids. Like if all of them had children, and I’m a grandparent. Home Re-Improvement or something like that. It’s come up.”
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Tim Allen doesn’t need to dwell about retirement — because it’s not on his radar.The “Santa Clauses” actor referenced late sports commentator and NFL coach John Madden and his good friend Jay Leno for his take on taking a full-time break from acting.“I think it was, Madden said it. A football guy said, ‘I’ve never worked a day in my life,'” Allen told The Post.“And for those of us in the moment, my good friend Jay Leno and I both talk about standup. I still do concerts.
viewing of “Violent Night.”The “Home Improvement” alum, who is known for his portrayal of Saint Nick in his “The Santa Claus” film franchise, prefers watching more wholesome, family holiday movies — like his own.“I can’t watch another Santa Claus movie. Especially when they’re bad Santas,” Allen, 70, told The Post in a joint interview with his daughter, Elizabeth Allen-Dick, while promoting “The Santa Clauses.”“I know there are people that like the ugly Santa movies but sometimes I’m like, ‘Eh, I don’t know if I like bad Santas.’ You know, dressed up with knives and stabbing,” he added. “I don’t like that.”The comedian stepped into Santa’s shoes as Scott Calvin in 1994’s “The Santa Clause,” going on to make two more films and his Disney+ series, which is now in its second season.While other actors (Ed Asner in “Elf,” Richard Attenborough in “Miracle on 34th Street” and Kurt Russell in “The Christmas Chronicles”) have played a light-hearted Kriss Kringle, David Harbour and Billy Bob Thornton have taken on darker versions in 2022’s “Violent Night” and 2003’s “Bad Santa,” respectively.“I’m not judging other shows,” Allen insisted.
Disney Pixar’s awaited Toy Story 5 could very well see the return of Tim Allen and Tom Hanks.Speaking to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, Allen – who voices Buzz Lightyear in the beloved Toy Story franchise – revealed to the talkshow host that Disney has reached out to both him and Tom Hanks for a fifth Toy Story film. Tom Hanks famously voices the role of Woody.When asked by Fallon if a fifth Toy Story film was in the works, Allen replied: “Bob Iger, head of Disney, said it was on and actually said it was going to happen.
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